By idiotfucks - 30/04/2014 20:56 - New Zealand - Christchurch

Today, I was hanging out with my friends, and we got the idea to do some improv comedy together for a laugh. Barely two minutes into our fake political debate, everyone had apparently forgotten it was all a joke. Raging ensued, and a vicious fight quickly followed. FML
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Sounds like the real life internet

Don't joke about politics. Just don't. It always ends badly.

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Some people just can't take a joke.

Hopefully they can take a punch.

I hope they were recording this, it sounds like something i would enjoy watching.

Reminds me of the radio broadcast of War of the Worlds. People didn't know it was a play and mass panic ensued...

#26 or a smack to the balls in a failed kamasutra attempt.

Sounds like the real life internet

Or to be more specific, the real life youtube

Why oh why did you have to go and ruin your joke?

Don't joke about politics. Just don't. It always ends badly.

My class has presentations about events in Canada and whenever someone does politics as a topic, we have a full on "debate", everyone is yelling and crap we took up a whole class once. Best part this is in highschool, we still know nothing about politics.

It ends badly for Americans but in other countries they are more vocal about thoughts and although they argue they get along afterwords (dual citizen, usa+spain)

That's the most fun part about debates, even if it starts out as a joke. You're supposed to get mad.

But it was a fake political debate, which means they should get fake mad!

Just like most of the internet.

Try saying something so wildly inaccurate that they'll have to realize its a joke. If that doesn't work, follow up with a, "umadbro?" And your best impersonation of a troll face.

Religion and politics create the most arguments.

Good friends never discuss religion or politics.

There is an exception from every rule.

Not true. Real friends can talk about anything and disagree without a vicious fight.